Information about the Artemis launch live stream, time, schedule, TV, and NASA

Technical difficulties prevented viewers at Cape Canaveral, Florida, and throughout the nation from witnessing a launch to begin a NASA mission to take people to the moon, something that hasn’t happened in more over 50 years.

The Artemis I mission was scheduled to launch on Monday from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center using the same NASA rocket and crewless Orion capsule that were used to launch the Apollo missions in the 1960s and 1970s.

NASA had to cancel the launch due to last-minute issues with the engine cooling system, fuel leakage, and other issues.

The space agency declared that a second attempt will be made on Saturday afternoon.

According to NASA’s website, “meteorologists with the U.S. Space Force Space Launch Delta 45 expect excellent weather conditions for Saturday.” Even though rain showers are anticipated, they are only likely to occur occasionally throughout the launch window.

 


According to NASA, Artemis I is the first of several missions that will be launched in the upcoming years with the aim of returning astronauts to the moon and laying the groundwork for transporting people to Mars.

Schedule for NASA’s Artemis I moon launch

The next two-hour launch window will open on Saturday at 2:17 p.m. ET, according to NASA.

It should take 39 days to complete the mission that circles the moon and returns. NASA predicts that the Orion spacecraft will splashdown on October 11.

Where to watch the NASA Artemis I lunar landing on TV and in streaming

The event will be broadcast live on a number of platforms, including YouTube, by USA TODAY. At 1:30 PM ET on Saturday, coverage gets underway.

Starting at 5:45 a.m. ET, NASA TV will provide coverage of the morning’s preparations for the rocket’s launch.

 

 
Live broadcast will also be available on the internet.

What is contained on Artemis I? Legos, Snoopy, and “manikins”

 

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